§8 The Hall effect
If
a metal plate, along which runs a constant electric current to put it
in a perpendicular magnetic field is parallel to the direction between
current and field face potential difference U_{x} = φ_{1}  φ_{2}. This phenomenon is called the Hall effect or galvanomagnetic phenomenon.
U_{x}=RjhB
Hall potential difference U_{x} depends on the material of the plate, the current density
, the height h of the plate hand the magnetic field .
Explanation of the Hall effect can be given in terms of the classical electron theory of metals.
If a metal plate, the charge carriers are electrons. In a magnetic field electrons experience
the action of the Lorentz force, which in this case is directed
upwards. Thus, on the upper side there is an excess of negative
charges, and on the bottom  it is a lack of electrons and positively
charged. Between the upper and lower bounds of the potential difference
occurs and additional transverse electric field directed upward. when
the intensity this field
reaches a value such that its action on the charges will balance the
Lorentz force, the charges will no longer be deflected by the magnetic
field and in the transverse direction the steady distribution charges. Then
F_{L} = F_{El},
qvB = qE,
vB = E,
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S = hd,
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Hall coefficient R is inversely proportional to the charge and the charge carrier concentration.
The use of the Hall effect:
 The measured value of the Hall coefficient can be determined n  concentration of carriers in a conductor
 Determine the conductivity type semiconductor: p  or n – type
3. Hall sensors:
a) for the measurement of the magnetic field B.
b) for the measurement of high amperage 103 ÷ 106 A.
c) in cars.
4. Keyboard to PC
§ 10 Flux of magnetic induction.
Gauss’s theorem for the magnetic field
Consider a uniform magnetic field with magnetic induction . Select the area S, which permeate the field lines vector angularly α.
The flow of the magnetic induction is called a scalar physical quantity , equal to the scalar product of the vectoron the vector of square .
Flux of magnetic induction can be positive or negative depending on the sign of . At 0 < α < 90° , If α – obtuse : 90° < α < 180°, then . At α = 90° .
Magnetic flux is measured in Weber
1 Weber  is the magnetic flux generated by the magnetic field with the induction of 1 T over an area of ??1 m^{2}.
In the case of nonuniform field is considered an elementary stream through an elementary area dS.
Then the total magnetic flux is equal to the integral of the square S
2. Because lines of force of vector is always
closed, when considering the magnetic flux through a closed surface can
be noted that each line, part of the surface that comes out of it.
Therefore the net flux through a closed surface is always zero
 the Gauss theorem for the magnetic field .
§ 11 The work on moving currentcarrying conductor in a magnetic field
Consider the contour
containing the EMF has such a feature: the conductor AB can move
freely. Circuit is placed in a uniform magnetic field directed
perpendicular to the figure for the square ??the circuit. On
currentcarrying conductor in a magnetic field experiences a force
Ampere
This force moves the conductor AB on Δх. Then the work of Ampere force on the movement of the conductor on Δх is equal to
The work done
in moving the currentcarrying conductor in a magnetic field is
determined by the product of the current flowing through a conductor,
the change of the magnetic flux. And the change of the magnetic flux
is determined by the product of the magnetic induction on the area,
crossed when moving conductor. Work on moving currentcarrying
conductor is made current source. A magnetic field no work. The
magnetic field in the process does not change.
MAGNETIC FIELD IN MATTER
§ 1 the Magnetic moments of electrons and atoms.
Microcurrents. Magnetization
Magnetic materials
are substances that can acquire an external magnetic field magnetic
properties  magnetized, ie create their own magnetic field.
Explain the
magnetization of matter by using Ampere's hypothesis: the motion of
electrons in atoms and molecules leads to the (existence) of the
elementary currents, called microcurrents. We can assume that the
electron in an atom moves in a circular orbit. This is equivalent to a
circular motion of the electron current
where ν –frequency of rotation of the electron ,
е –electron charge .
Velocity of the particle can be associated with the frequency by ratio
therefore ,
The magnetic moment of the electron moving around the nucleus (orbital magnetic moment) is
Electron along with the magnetic moment has an orbital mechanical angular momentum
Gyromagnetic ratio g
The minus sign indicates that the and in opposite directions
In quantum mechanics, it is proved that the mechanical angular momentum L can take only a few welldefined (discrete) values ??of multiple , ie ,where h –the Planck constant h = 6,62·10^{34} J·s, m = 1, 2, 3 …
Electron,
in addition behaves as if constantly rotates around its own axis. This
property is called electron spin. Spin  an intrinsic property of the
particle in the same intrinsic electron, as well as mass and charge.
Therefore, the electron is assigned its own angular momentum (spin) and accordingly the intrinsic magnetic moment . The absolute value of the spin of the electron is
Spin has only two projections on the direction of the magnetic field along and against the field
where g  the gyromagnetic ratio of the spin moments.
The magnetic moment of the atom  the value of the total
Moreover,
this value is quite difficult to give due consideration, the numerical
values ??of the magnetic moments of individual particles as well as
their direction. The magnetic moments of protons and neutrons is much
smaller magnetic moments of electrons. Therefore, their magnetic
moments can be neglected in comparison with the magnetic moments of
electrons and we can assume that the magnetic properties of an atom are
determined mainly by the magnetic properties of electrons.
Because
electrons are part of all atoms, this means that the magnetic field
will have an effect on any substance, therefore, nonmagnetic materials
do not exist.
Each
electron behaves as an elementary magnet. Therefore, making the body
in a magnetic field should affect the configuration of the field and,
conversely, the presence of a magnetic field will affect the behavior
of matter. The magnetic field of all the bodies are magnetized, ie
elementary volume of the body acts as the magnet and the magnetic
moment of the body is the sum of the magnetic moments of the volume
elements.
To estimate the intensity of magnetization of the body treated magnetic moment per unit volume – magnetization
N – total number of atoms in a small volume
